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CRAB ORCHARD. -- t NO. 102 FOR TIIE KIGGEST- m-- l, Aiiimik tlio (trcntfbt of tin Union whoHun(l in tliu lntownr, tJraut, Shorinun, ThomiiR nntl Slivrlilan woie tUo 11101 OOllHpIctlOlH. TIlO lll'lltll of Gen. Siiormnn romoviw tlic Iiwt of tlitine (iistiiiKiilHlioi Holtliers. Tiio artioii of tlio people in these hitter cnlculntril to (ltK'oncett this uverne oliliciil ehiirlatnn, and to tench MT. VEnNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. him tlio important lesHon that "Promo- Frank Mink died of congestion of tion cometh neither from the lvist nor from th Wi'Ht, nor from tins South. Hut the lungs last week. God is the jiule; he putteth down one Mr. Thomas Proctor is happy over and fletteth up another." the advent of a boy at his house. Mr. It. A. ilrown bus resigned the Syn Mr. Strnfms, in the con. eon". position of agent at Sloan's Valley, on "(So ami rend the history of the Roman the C. 8 , and accepted a position with Umpire." Good idea, .Mr. Straus. We the K. C. (i. A; L. at Middlesboro. will proceed to tin so. There is ample were shown a suuiplo of that time between tliU and the ndjournuient valuable metal aluminum by .Mr Goo. of tint convention to reed the history of llslbrook. It is exceedingly light and the Itoiuau Dmpire and several other said to have the teu.ile strength of three empires. The people who pay the taxes times its weight of steel. nre not usually impatient and they have W. .1. Newoomb. a Mt. Vernon plenty of time to rend nod study history, Ikiv, who has been telegraphing for the both ancient and modern especially road at Galveston for the last model n. They have learned much in Suitu Fe Oayfl is well --- by his counsel and ho waa taken to Frankfort on the 17th by Sherill Curtis Robinson, assisted by Deputy Win. Law-soIn the confession Itoso stated that through various promises made by h lie had taken the murder of Itiid upon himsi'lf, but that a l.Vyenrold son of Scarbrough had really done the nwful deed. Kleven of tin jurymen that convicted Roih favored banging: n. Scar-bourg- the last flvu mouths, and some lessons that will he wsrvintblo when they are next called upon to select public servant to represent them tu conventions the like. It is very much to he reirretted that the "Stnreyed Goddess" has been coquetting with the dashing Jerry Simp non and liaH promenaded with the "Sock-lea- s Statesman" in the capital of the Nation to the extent of a column and a half of the Kith. If in the Courier-Journa- l the goddess is willing to keep company with one who delles the cammnn usuges of society as well as the ordinary rules of gentility, she should nevertheless Iho old adage, that, iui.1 ugnhor '' and thnt jtoor Dog Tray received mi pounding by being caught in company. The worst ftature in the bad case is, the goddess belceted those she considered the most unworthy of our public servants nnd all of the opposite polltiuil party to which she heloncod, to present to her beaux, thereby depriving the fascinating Jeremiah of the itleusuie he might have derivod from the cultivation of the acquaintance of tlioo tdie regarded ns men of merit. Nauuhty Miss Goddess! Will tWV "Hint, of a feather. The Newark, New Jersey, grammar school has been voting upon the question as to who is the urctcst living man. James G. lllaiim and Kdison seem to have received tlio greatest number .of votes. Various rcnw)in are given for their opinions, but the following is thought to be a "knockdown " "According to my opinion tlio grout-- est man is he who is the most honest he who wicrillces and for Ida beliefs, whatever they may be. These men are very rarely respected in their time. They are thought tools because ttiey nre not understood ly the people." It is well that the scope of the question was not enlarged so as to take in those who thought they were tlio greatest living men. Tlio number of pignilt who aspired to be giants; tlio tadpoles who were possessed with the belief that they had already developed into frogs; the jackdaws who imagined they weru eagles; the political scrubs who attempted to till the rolo of real statesmen would Inrvo been such ns to astonish the na tives and cause the originators of the question to shrink hacic at tiie vnstness of a proposition ho absurd, not to say ridiculous. IJruco Trice, rt Now York architect, proposes to erect a building $2 stories high, nnd which is to bo 12 feet nbovo the level of tlio giouud. It is to bo built of iron and steel. The height of the building will bo about 150 yards. As etecVia said to attract lightning, the man who occupies the 321 story had belter keep himself enveloped in a feather bed or aomo other llrst clnsa lightning protector. Some of tf hi advantages of this Bky scraping residence will bo pure air, scclusioc from noirfo anil dust and proand sneak tection from thieves. Tlio tops of tlio tallest trees in its immediate vicinity will bo so far ber thnt tlio crowing low tho of tho venerablo rooster will not bo likely to dUturb his morning Blunibera. Nor will tho mowing of tlio Thomas cat upon the adjacent wood pilo mingle with his dreams so seriously as to interfere with hia plans to get what littlo of tho goods of this world there aro in tlio Lancaster possession of hia neighbor. wants a IVJ story building, sho needs n story building and must have a 152 story building. This will enable- her to look over into Stanford and all tho adjoining towns and seo what's going on without tho trouble and oxponao of a visit in person. A nowspaper diBjiatch says: Tho sensational confession inudo by James Andy Koso, charged with the murder of to tho IJird, last March, and sentenced penitentiary for life, which implicated Leonard Scarbrough, Sr., a prominent neighborhood;, thia niau In tho Fall Lick county, whero tho murder was committed, was- not considered very important kind-hearte- six years, has entered the commission business in tho Iilnnd City, under the tlrm name of Winston it Co., he being the junior member. Miss Dora Harty, of Maretburg, while on her way tochuich last Sunday had her horse to take fright at an approaching freight train. Tho animal wheeled with her and run up the track anil in jumping over the rails at a crossing the rider was unseated and fell on the track in front of tho engine. Mr. Francis Curtis, who was near the rushed up and pulled the helpless young lady from her danuerous position just before the engine reached her. It was a very close call. Mr. W. M. Fish, circuit clerk, who has been confined to his bed for several months, was in town greeting his numerous friends Monday. Misses May ami Ida Adams have rented out their residence here and have moved to Grays. We regret exceedingly to hue such excellent young ladies from our community, and the goo I wishes of their host of friends here iiceomtmny them to their new home. Little Mittie Adams is quite low with pneumonia. Mesdamcs W. L. and Daid Henderson aro visiting the family of C. A. ltedd, Sr., near w ho celebrates tho 10th anniof his marriage versary Thursday. Mr. It. Joplin is in from I'iiu'ville. Miss l.ll.i Joplin has returned after an is mouths' visit to relatives in the West. Miss Lena Smith, n handsome young ludy of Hell Fontaine, Ohio, is visiting Miss Letlm Cook, a charming little lady who is attending mIiooI beie. Mrs. Helen Brooks is visiting homo folks here. crm-s-ing- , Crab-Orchar- d, to-da- I. him-'se- lf CHURCH AFFAIRS. Itev. W. Y. Mieppard will preach at i j j lellows Hall this afternoon at A o'clock. Everybody invited. The meeting at tho Winchester Methodist church, conducted by Itev. Mr. Means, has had 17 additions. Democrat. Did David Stevens, tho blind fiddler, all over Kentucky, elopid to Jetlersonvillu with Jnno Glacheni, a woman with a wooden leg, and was married. Thocoiiimitteeofho General Assembly of the l'rosbyturinn church has com pleted tho revision oi the Confession of Faith, and will report it to tho Assembly Odd well-know- n next May. Itev. J. M. Kvans, evangelist for tho Southern l'reabyterinu Church of Kentucky for nine years, has been engaged by tho Greenbrier I'resbytery, of West Virginia, to labor in that, section at a salary of $160 a month. Tho recent successful meeting at Charleston was tho first under his now engagement. Pan's Kentuckian. At Hay worth, III., au organ was in troduced in tho Christian church against the protect of many of tho members. It waa used for tho llrst time last Sunday, but it won't furnish any more music. That night a body of masked men took it in tho street and Idling it with straw. set it alire, its charred and ruined re mains being only left to tell tho talo. Kuv. John Hell Gibdou tells us that one of tho largest religious gatherings ever held in this section will be at tho Christian church hero in Juno. Tho State Suuday-SohoConvention of that Church, which has 00,000 members in Kentucky, will assemble with its 100 delegates and a big time is expected. All tho prominent Sunday-schoo- l workers and other noted men will bo in attendance. ol 1 pick-pocke- thirty-two9to- a-- - - Tho Philadelphia Times calls attention to tho rapid disappearuueo of our representative old men. Few of tho old presidential cabinets remain. With Bancroft went tho last of the Polk Cabinet, and with with A. II. II. Stewart, of Virginia, tho last of that of President Filmoro. Until tho death of Jefferson Davis thoro were two Biirvivore of tho Pierce Cabinet. Ono now remains. James Campbell, of Philadelphia, who was appointed rosttnaster Genoral from Tennessee, Assure G rover Cleveland that tho Mr. J. It Hailey received a telegram West l.nil is in hearty accord with his to come to Richmond at once; no particjTI" m late voluntary letter on tho Silver ques- ulars were given. He left on thu early v tion. morning train for that place. "? Vww WW i f iT Mrs. Sallie Hailey, mother of Squire The firms of J. It. Hailev and Chad- John Daileyi was buried in the Huston-vill- wick A Kdmiston have consolidated. cemetery last week. Mrs. 15. was The drug store ami general merchandise extremely old, nearly !K), and had worn aro in one house. Tho style of tho new out in a useful and charitable career. firm is Chad wick, Hailey it Co. Charlie Morau died of pneumonia, at Fire broke out in ono of the upper Smiley ville, in Casey, last week. rooms of Mr. William Stuart's residence Wo have a few ancient citizens in on Lancaster avenue Monday night. The this end whose memory goes back to fire was discovered in time to save the revolutionary times John Dry and Rill building, but too late to save a chair and Iteid being widowers will not give exact a handsome satin dress belonging to ANDllgures, but Mr. Peterson Tibbs unhesi- Miss Buttle McFall. Miss Itehecca had tatingly owns up to HI and is an active, the nerve to hoist n window and throw man mentally and physicthe burning articles out, and then she ally. gave the alarm. No further damages John Hadget, hearing of John were sustained'. The fire cannot be ac-- I Goode's escapade with a mule, showed counted for. that he could go several better by taking We are glad to seo Mr. John s a header from top of a wagon load of In the county, go to out again. He was confined to hia 20 bales of hay into the tongue between room about six weeks. I). B. Kdmiston i two mules and under the wagon, both has gone to Louisville to buy goods for wheels passing over both his leg and the new firm. Mips Nellie Yantis has one arm, and John was hack on that returned from a lengthy visit to her siload and in control of his team as quickster in Atlanta, Ga Mrs. J. II. Hutch-- j ly as n squirrel could have scaled a tree. ingsis visiting relatives near Stanford. The Weatherford Hotel was knock- Mrs. 1. L. Steger will taTSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all leave for Georgeed oll'to Hilly Weatherford last Saturday town to visit her daughter, work guaranteed. at S2,b25..r0 and will be run by Mr. Caleb Miss Lear, and to attend the celebration Hrown, of Liberty, ami Hilly Weather-fan)- , of the 221 by the College nnd Seminary of Richmond. Woik is being rush- students. ed by Mr. Steele ami his hotel will soon Married, in Preachrsville, on the be thrown open to tho public. It is not ISth, at the residence of the bride's moth- improbable that nnotlyr hotel will be er, Mrs. Louise Holtzclaw, Mr. William opened, and the toddy drinkers are ju- Lawrence, a widower, of CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. White Oak bilant in prospect of bigger tumblers neighborhood, and Miss Nannie Holtzand the oldest liquors that can be found claw, in the presence of a number of in the markets. Molasses, Coffee, Tea, Honey, Syrups, friends and relatives. The attendants Sugar, We are sorry to tell you that your were Mr. J. W. Anderson Meal. and Mies Mol-- j Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Lard, Flour, Salt, especial favorite of tho 11th Congression- lie Crockett, Mr. Wm. Holtzclaw and al district, The Little Ked Hog, is in bad Miss Mary L'lmore. Tho ceremony was FARINACEOUS GOODS: odor with his constituency here in con- performed in an elegant and impressive Flavoring Maccaroni, Extracts, Cheese, Spices, sequence of declining to tote fair with manner by Itev. W, T. Holtzclaw, of the our enumerator, Henry Camnitz, be- First Baptist church, Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Currants, Citron, Jeffersonville.Ind., cause Porter repudiated tho I Jed Hog's brother of the bride. An excellent sup- - Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, contract and Henry is out $10.02 on per was served to the invited guests. Queenswarc and Tinware. work as faithfully and ellicieutly perMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. formed as ever employe could boast. Henry's only solace in the scoop is PorThe presents at the ter's assurance that enumerators could marriage are said to have aggregated sag ntlord to work fur less than the I. r. h. in value. l contracted to pay. Mr. W. It. Watson, of Garrard, and Itev. A. C. Hopkins, State Sunday-Scho- Miss Nellie BlacKerby were married at MisMouary, entertained the town Mrs. Catherine Hlackerby's Tuesday. and neighboring schools at the Christian Mr. W. E. Lawrence, n widower, church from Friday to Sunday night inand Miss Nannio J. Koltnclaw.a maiden, clusive, with a series of most entertain- were united in marriage at Mrs. Louisa ing lectures, sermons and stereopticou Holtzclaw's on the 18th. What good camo of his work, views. John Jacob Astor weds Miss Eva 2oYAFRr?tejMAT9M U;EpFo(TriE supplemented with the active asristance Willing, of Philadelphia, and k APE of our untiring laborer in the vineyard, when the young man's bank account is URE He application cuter CROUJT J. H. Green, is evidenced by a census of considered, there is no reason to believe RICHArWH-TAYLrMBthe schools Inst Sunday: Christian 0.!, ho could have found Evas willing in a IAMMiU&.r. Presbyterian 10, Haptist 23, which atten- half dozen other cities. Louisville dance is in ratio to the respective uliurch Times. for iale. memberships. COWS! Fresh milk cows Stanford, apply to W H. Murphy, Ky. Tone Hunn was In the suburbs of DEATHS;D0INGS. Huston ville, near your village, last week Mrs. Bertram Spratt, an old and ' P. W GREEN, Proprietor. fishing for suckers. Ho bought four highly respected lady of the Walnut THE CQEEERCl&L HOTEL fancy looking horses, which he will soon Flat neighborhood, died Tuesday and J. H. OWENS, Manager, develop into fancy ones indeed under was interred in Buffalo Cemetery next I hae recently taken charge 01 this Hotel and. intend keeping it at us present hlsh cu . saddle and in shafts. Ho says he caught day, a large number of friends following standard. Special attention given to the trailing nUirousiJurgj Kentucky. ....Li:. Col. Hreckinridgo and the remains thither. Her husband died no suckers. I have taken charge ot this pcpular hottl in a first. Scott MeFerran, of Danville, were in only a year or so ago. intend to 9aiIipiC TCftftttl and to hnttnlil. run ithpddlnir class manner in every I irjl-VaS- b repect itlsi,clni. pjpercdand painted froii town last week. Maj. Mat Adams, the tnn n hin9 ri.nnviif.il m.l We are requested to state that Con.' everything done :. make ".".""."-;"""In connection. U Also comfcrt- -' it of State, was here Saturday visit- ductor Robert L. Davis, of the L. & N., able'forgueits. TheuMe shall never be surpass- t tl nilfPUP ing his sister, Mrs. White, and her who died Sunday night, was from Buch..lk..V..tal.intln...ii.. Pool and Billiard Parlors. 1 m daughter. Mrs. Carpenter. A. II. Mad-do- anan, Va., and was tho son of C. M. L. M. REID, Clerk. of Delaware, Ohio, waa in town last Davis, of that place. Newspapers of that 73tt week stocking up the dealers with a section will oblige the widow by noticMrs. William ing variety of buggy whips. the death. Capt. Davis wa8 a splenI den re to sell my larm ot about ijo acres; situ Humphrey, Miss Julia Myers, Caleb did railroad man and a nice gentleman of Stanford HOUSE, atcd about ili miles norththe old church.'on tha Hush llranch pit c, opposite There Hrown, M. K. Humphrey, M.. J) and in every respect. .ire about so acres in wheat and ryo; the balance F. B. UILEY, Proprietor, of the farm well ct in timothy. Good dwelling George Stone, attorney, all of the State and and splendid Teachers' Association. of Casey, were here last week. Spill well Kentucky. of fouris rooms wateredkitchenfenced. a Possession new and barn: London, can be Riven immediately, ror particulars, se following is the programme for The J. p. Carpenter and orifo were up from SomerI hae moved to mv new Hotel and am better ' lluley, Stanford, or write the undersigned at rcpurtd than ever to accommodate the public Cincinnati, Ohio. 27, 7 i m., in the Baptist E. WITHERS. set on a Hying visit and stayed over Sun- Friday, . iood Liverv attached and every comenitnee de-day. Miss Denton, of Garrard, is at her church, at Stanford: ircd. Give me a call. KKANK IULEY. 77 Prayer Elder Georgo Hunt. sister's, Mrs. Sam Itout. Mr. Georgo It. Our Schools and Their Needs OpenHohon, of Decatur, III., is in Kentucky recuperating and took in Hustonville ed by W. F. McClary. MT. VERNON, KY. Whither Aro wo Drifting? J. II. Allast Thursday, spending a couple of days Kyle Hohon. Carroll len. with his cousin, Hotcl'is stilt maintain This old and Essay Miss E. 0. Thurmond. inj its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp Iteid and W. II. Hockor (Bub) were up cial attention to the traveling public. Mistakes in Teaching G. U. Fry. from Danville visiting tho old folks last M. P. NEWCOMII, Prop., Has Nature or Education the Greater Sunday. Spears Fishor, of Yosemite, Mt. Vernon, Ky, Sj.tt. was in town Wednesday, but not gath- Influence in the Formation of Character? Air., It. Leo Davis. Neg., Prof. J. W ering evidence to be used in establishis n twig of tho Fishor tree, Smith. ing that ho All friends of education nnd educators entitled (V) to a big estate in Europe, Cures cuts, brui.es, old sores, skin diseases, which has long been accumulating mil- aro expected to bo present and aro cor- corns, bunions, piles, ftstuli, sTitchcs, halter bruUei lull burns, dew lions for tho American heirs, properly dially invited to take part in tho discuss- been used it poion and wonderful Wherever it and satisfaction hat given Wo wish to say to the people of us propensii i t ruuioYiiii; sorennt is rciuarKa w identified. He says that Nail is not ions. M JrA m. Me. Numerous testimonial, will be secured and j . It. U4IV, r.,.t wild shot he made in Stanford and vicinity that you are ex- ....ii nn.,v ... .I.I. .f.t.G ., nt ..ttl .!... t'talul. , abashed by tho ' Wll, .',Jt.. Ill tilt. predicting line, dry weather for tho first pected to bo there and encourage us in "3.ffby J.BU.OOINS,.S,.,iford,Ky. , three months of '01, but still guesses the work of tho association, which is i STANTORD, KENTUCKY, widb of the mark. Tho bulletin board rapidly growing in interest and is ere ' !' class Harber Shop on Main street, od- r T ft f0Mt ,or,u," uue,n.i invitesa.Uareof Voir for two days last week announced that long to be one of tho indispensables of UIIUIUO UiUU WIUOOI paironajje Prompt attention tooutside calls and would return from the educational system. one of our best boys d re in the latest style with neatness, and " Miss Alick Stuart, J. A. Chaiteu., Harrodsburg last Sunday or Monday " with ono of her belles to henceforth Committee. wil1 sell privately, at a barcain, my larm at superintend his domestio affairs, but t ..vi.. Governor Hill is reported as saying r.ni. h.aIi ,.t,, UIHVWH jA..,.. . .. t tt Vl V.tt tWUl,,J, tho announcement was premature. We This farm formerly known as the Jacob finest with respect to Mr. Watterson's profess- home- tcad, contains cordially recommend Jim to our Hared friendliness for him: "That may be rodsburg girls. Our old tinier, James Land, so. I never saw his nowspaper. I Woodson, of Honey Grove, Texas, Binco and well improved, l)inj; In prime couditon, never noticed any clippings or comments partly ut the town Crab Orwliard, in '54, was again with us last week, this in the uewspapeis from tho Courier-Journ- on the I.. & N l R. time on a dear hunt. The Colonel is a (arm Is divided nearlv- - equally by the pike The on that line." The intent of leading tjuili from town, ilitre urun 171 acre 011 boy widower of 7U, who has just about the Hast side on which is the wanM n house. post and is deter- this, unquestionably, was to belittle Mr. large, roomy and brick of 7 rooms, berounded tho stab e.tVc, and 011 kitchen, servant's a Kentucky girl of 40 to Watterson and his newspaper and to sidesWest side 105 acres, hotie, ha lo a comloit-abl- e mined to havo & question Mr. Watterson's sincerity. To the trame resident, e whi' b o.c. Reference is CO, ns mato to tho finish. I will sell the place its a wln'lc, or tr desired say that he has never seen thu Courier-JournHUSTOiWlLLE. KY. will sell either of the tracts singly Either wi'.I made to Colo Carpeuter for particulars is a confession on tho part of make an elegant and comfortable notre, coi veil Are stilt In the business and ready to do ant of the Colonel's last "deer" in Kenturnpikes aud the thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full Governor Hill of very limited reading. lent to schools, cliurchev.sood stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes railroad. tucky. Persons desirous of inspecting the place will be of every detcripticn. Our hearse, which is nearly Ho ought to subscribe for it and learn Hays, now residmi on the new co be obtained on short notice. Mr. j. U shown c ver it by James Green has charge of rur business nnd will shov premises. For terms apply or address ma at U41Tho Senato passed tho copyright something above "peanut politics." our goods to any one uecilinir anything in om Owensboro Messenger. "Jjiu 30 to 14. bill JAS.W. GUEST. line. 44.U t TR Zi CL c3L TIM rOAt a.i' v-v e wATRkr PI API B, JEWELRY -- well-preserv- SiLVERWARE Hig-gin- W. B. iicROBERTS'. 1 Fine and Staple Groceries, t j I FARRIS & SASJJXST. Aster-Willin- g ol mmmm Irs to-da- m MM 0R BEAST rr iyftNs D9. PEE1YK7 oj MYEBS HOUSE, n ' f Sec-resar- Farm For Salo. THE RILEY I J-'b- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL hi wmm mi . I r -- rtinunii TOtfSORIAL ARTIST, fl 1 ailll FOR SALE. v" dis-T-- SS-f- trf -, 280Acroo Excellent it, o- - al 11 half-wa- y well-bu- ilt -- J. T. CO., al 1- ' fa ", V i 4 , f a j- that citv moro than n million skins of tho 'coon, muskrat, On motion of Mr. Miller tho com- skunk, mink, gray fox and opossum mittee on style has been put to work, were disposed of. Stanford, Kv .Febrtahy 20, 189 Betting things in shape. Near Marathon, Tex., two men got So is Tho corporation report provides that into a dispute about n calf. Ono killed no common carrier can consolidate with the other. The deputy sheriir then I3. a competing line or pool earnings and killed the murderer and was himself that foreign corporations shall not bo fa- shot in the leg. Two horses wero alro Mil. Waitehsox says in nn interview vored above home institutions. A bit- killed in the duel. that ho does not see how we can get ter tight was made to make stockholders In Kansas :W banks have gone into awny from Cleveland. He seems to rep- personably responsible, but it was de- liquidation since Dec. 1. The people r feated. resent the situation. His nnti silver won't borrow money during the unsetThere were only 11 reports consid- tled money condition and couldn't get was not opportune. The sentiment and ered in five months and these are yet to it if they would. Lenders are calling in in favor of free coinage in the on, to naWest is so strong that the view ho hns ho acted upon: Legislative department, every dollar possible. Ya twn tint, t.hn h.nhik ofli taken ol tne nutter may servo to im- railroads and coinmt'rce. executive A lire at Columbia destroyed eight goods peril his. chance for the nomination, but ces for counties, education, charity and buildings and most of their contents. K. on possibility. Ho believes charitable institutions, general provis- Willis Si Son lost their general store, to that is only will be nominated. Certainly, in de- ions, location of the capital, schedule, Dr. J. M. Pago his drug store, Grilliths he wc fault of that letter, there would have style, titles nnd arrangements. At the his grocery and Lyons fc Co., groceries been no shadow of a doubt about it. In rate it has been going August will find and furniture and several lino buildings the event of Cleveland's nomination, the body in session. were burned. The attendance on tho constitutionMr. Wntter8on thinks that either Gov. Charles Moore, who was deputy Gray, of Indiana, or ( v. Boies, of Iowa, al convention grows smaller day by day clerk in Hardin county and was indicted with tho result that there is less talk, in 12 cases for forging claims against the will be given the second place. less opposition to any kind of proposiState of Kentucky, was captured in Jtook Bki.iikx, whom our people wil' tion, and, apparently, more accomplish- Texas. He was going by the name of to be remember comes up here every time ed. If some one would move an amend- Win. Hopkins and gave himself away gone to t there is any speaking to be done for the ment to the rules making L'o n quorum, by his continual horse talk. tried before Judge it is believed the constitution, such as it republicans, was A woman, named Stevens died in Barr, of the V. S. Court at Louisville, is. may be finished by July I. ItseeuiH childbirth at tho depot on Sunday, in this week, for taking a fee of ?."10 from now as dillicult to get a quorum of 52, one of the K. (.'. cars used for sleeping Sarah Hundley, a colored woman, for as it was a few weeks ago to get a quo- nurnoses bv the hands on tho work getting n pension for her, when the law rum of tif, and the people nro no longer train. The child was The , 1 Shoes only allows $10. He is also charged taking the body very seriously. Shoes, y and they woman left several children 3oo securing $'2oQ from another colored with 'Ue; 75c poor house. ltichniond Shoes, were sent to the bur, in. nl.om SJmnn ,,,,-- , man. The judge tried to show that the o or- , ? After completing the corporation re- Climax. excess was intended by tho woman as a port, the legislative was taken up. Chair-ma- n Shoes , worth, J. The steamer Sherlock struck a pier men? s velvet present to his wife and there was suffiSp.ildint; explained the main fea- of the C. t O. bridge at Cincinnati nnd A CrenrtSn .'I. 'i,fl - hang. tures, which are the reduction of tho cient doubt to cause the jury to .'. ,t' , liycMf. IX.II.. sank. She had about .50 passenger and The judge was then released on SGOO legislature to (iO representatives and ."0 a crew of over half a hundred men. bail and will have to face the music Senators and the inhibition of local and .Most of the passengers wero rescued again this fall. special legislation. He said these ehnn-...,- from the lloating wreck and nearly all :.......,-,.- . ...;n ., . .,i., , lliu .1 Kit. nit rt IK1" iii uui unit ..,.,.!.. nil. n um- ,1... "jl of the crew succeeded in getting ashore. aEXATOIl vjuav, in u eiieecii uviivi-ict-i liracy of the system, but will ellect n Two of the registered passengers are . for the benefit of the newspapers, denied,' , u tiuwut r ivv.uuv uu rv u pcriiuii known to have perished. The boat was Main Street, Stanford, Ky, serious charges that have from citing; all the A, of the legislature. There are oO sections one of the largest running between Cintime to time been brought against him, 2. sub sections. cinnati and New Orleans. and one of them has but advanced no proof to support his against him There was pretty plain sailing till the statements. The charges ot v ?rilM IfllT All. reduction of members was reached when FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. have all been made by reliable and re- a snag was Mr. Murm-Hil- ie You say you don't struck and it is safe to say sponsible men and newspapers and their Bahr & Calm bought a lot of butcher dnnce.and that you ' A?-- ' the number of representatives will not theatre going. What shall we do to falsity could have better been shown be- be changed, A.J'O r " VX' cattle at JUS to $10. the morc's the pity. you? What do you do at home? fore a court of justice in a suit for slanJ. Ii. Bruce bought for Bahr A Kahn iimuy MAM-oRI)KV. I am ready for anything you like. der. The senator may think he has reof sho.its at .'! cts. a NEWSY NOTES. Pretty Country Coumii Oh, at huiuu futed what ho terms malicious persecuJ. L. Yantissold to A. T. Nunnel-le- y wo have church sociables, There .are two negroes on the U. S. tions of him by his own unsupported mules at $7o. 7 Mr. Murrie-IIillAnd wlrnt do you ' word, but there's where he makes a mis- grand jury at Louisville. J. K. Baughman sold to J. C. and do then-Wash Vance, a murderer, and W. Montie Fox IS yearling mules at $S5. Pretty Country Cousin (demurely) take. Most people "will believe him W. W idler, a forger, broke jail at Ueatty-villi- ; more guilty now than ever. D. N. Prewitt bought of West End We generally play kissing gatuiM. Life. We arc closmjj'nut our stuik of (JibbV Imperial, Iron Heani, Chamand escaped. parties a lot of butcher cattle at 2 to 2 XoMHilit) pion nnd Oliver Chilled AT COST. iTis stated that while the jury in the The coinage committee has decided When ue wiv cost, wc mean Friend (noticing the confu-c- d hwii of .uunean case ai iexingiuu was wresumg, to re.)0rt ti, 8fivi,r bin and it will be cents. cost. M. S. Baughman bought of Mack goods of every description scattered with thb verdict, it was suggested by a vote( 0 next Snll,r(iy. We have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the corn-inHughes, of Boyle, a fancy saddle gelding around the store) Hello! pious brother that they "take it to the; lt is estimated that high water has for $200. what's happened: taking an inPlow, and these must go to make room for them. Lord in prayer." Tho suggestion was lono damage amounting to 51,000,000 in Foil S.m.e. A good milk cow with a ventory, had u fire or are yon going to immediately adopted and after a devout pittsbnrKh ,, Allegheny Citv. Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and young calf. Apply to Jno. M. McRob-erts- , move out? appeal to the throne of grace, the mem- Merchant That shows how little you Oats. Comlnctor Gl.orj,0 0W.f 'of tll0 C. Jr. know almnt Morwkcopiug. Wo liave bers arose from their knees and found ji wa8 kllockl.j from a train by the Oliver Chilled Repairs nt reduced prices. J. W. Givens sold to Dr. Dave hut-to- merely Iwen waiting on u lady who verdict of death. Let other juries fol-- Bpout of w wter tanle anil killed. of Lexington, Miss., a combined dropped in for a pajwr of pins. New Full tock of Hardware and Groceries. low this'ROod example and they will Hud. Nineteen ItaIlaM are beinc tried York Weekly. an answer 10 ineir peimuuH unit mu separately in New Orleans for tho assass- horse for$10o. A. T. Nunnelley bought for TennesA C SIMLord hns said, "He who sheddeth man's ination of Chief of Police Hennepsy. A rout Sdirrlty. J N MLNIPFK see party 20 long yearling mules at $M) blood, by man shall his blood be shed." By some oversight tho new cruier E. M. Dickson has been nominated from A. K. Denny. San Francisco was so built that coal S. II. Hickle, of Tennessee, bought must lv carried to her and emptied Gov. McCitKAiiv is dead set against for tho legislatuie by the Bourbon couninto ot George F. Anderson, of Boyle, a 15- her bunker, from b.is.ketd. That is not any subsidy. The doubtful bill to subsi- ty democrats by 247 majority over hand jack for iliOO. so bad as it might be. If the coal had to dize the Hawaiian cable, authorized' by The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. The residence nnd barn of Mrs. Chin-neW. P. Simpson, of New York, has Ikj carried in scuttles, it would le necesthe House this tho Senate, was before worth, near Somerset, was destroyed purchased the J year-oltrotter Captain sary to engag" a force of hired girls to UL'MHKK, week and in speaking ngainst it the govSASH, load her. Not enough men who are ernor said among other things: "The by fire Tuesday morning. Los $1,500, Mack, paying $20,000. HOOKS, CKIMNG. able to carry a scuttle of coal could Ikj R. P. Scobee sold to James Smith, of republicans have subsidized railroads. with small insuriince. found in tho United States. Huualo ISLINHS, SIDING Allen Thurmond, Jr., has been Madison, IJ0 medium yearling mules at They are trying to subsidize steamships. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. things bounced from the presidency of the $70. Winchester Democrat. How, having subsidized various Complete Cure for Snliikliii;, At Hullalo, N. i., 90 horses were on land and water, they propose to go American base ball association on ac- De Kotchuin Hoard tho news at tho AITCD sold for $00,300, including a Wilkes stal- club? under tho water to llnd something to count of ha J faith towards it. . Four men at least were killed and a lion, which brought $23,000. , subsidize." We carry a full stock of everything found in a nismark No. what is it? number of others wounded in the Moyer The Paris News reports sales of a Do Ketchnm Old Fimu has given up The largest general deficiency bill mine in Pennsylvania by tho explosion line jack for $1,000, a jennet for $.30, a Flunking -ever reported is now before the House. of a lamp which set the mine afire. Uismark Actually? of mules for $130 nnd two pair of pair It calls for nearly 117 millions of dollars, Kxamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract An Illinois Central passenger train mules at J273. Do Ketchum Yes; ho was visiting of which are for pen- jumped nearly $29,000,000 the track near Medina, Tenn. for building. Jesse Fox bought of J. K. Baugh- some granite quarries, nnd ho accidentalMNK & MKNKFHH, Stanford, Ky. sions. The republicans are going to All the cars except one burned, but no ly dropped his cigar ashes into a Uk of man 17 long yearling mules at $S3, 2 of blasting biiiiness explaining one killeu; about 20 were wounded. have an jowder. Now York Ledger. S. II. Baughman at $75 and 3 of Hon. G. tlii.ip avlrnvil.r'ini.1. flllll till tUnrilf Will ' -T- elmma County, in California, paid A. Lackey at $03. Nn I.iiiili. l.H mom ,ltPr...in...r tlinn ever to return Mrs. Blinkerh I hear Dr. Curem hn Jack Chinn has received $20,000 government economically out $105 for scalps in December. Tho to an honest lot included 5 lions, 10S coyotes, 0IJ wild- damages from the Wabash railroad for got back from Berlin. You inut go administered. cats, 1,932 rabbits, oM crows, 10 bears horses killed and injured in tho Warren-ton- , around at onco and see if ho obtained any of Professor Koch's lymph. Mo., wreck last summer. Tiikv may bo virtuous nnd happy and 2 eagles. Mr. Blinker Ho couldn't get any. I V. Gov. Bnckner has pardoned the Tho Midway Clipper Miys that down in Ellaville, Ga but they don't met him in tho street. K. Brooks sold his crop of about 123,000 see much fun. It is stated that there is Jessamine County hair Association, "Did he tell you ho couldn't got any?" dieted at the last term of the Jessamine pounds of hemp to R. C. Morgan & Co., "No; but ho told mo that ho had man in the town who gets doubts of its curative properties." New drunk, there is not a young lady in the circuit court for permitting gaming on Lexington, at a rise of $4.30 per cwt. York Weekly. The stallion Chitwood, a place who dips snufl'or indulges in other the grounds. Win. Hendershot, a brakeman on old chestnut, by Nutwood, dam Margais not a family in bad habits and there CoiicIiihIk I'ronf. tho place who lives by buying on credit, the Kentucky Union road, had both ret Wilkes, by George Wilkes, was purOffice Boy There was a man in to seo 111 ., you today. In fact it Ib a veritable heaven on earth, h'gs crushed and skull fractured by fall chased by Ridgely, of Springfield, ing net ween tho cars .Monday, and died for $15,000. Neveqviy Who was he? Tiik democrats and alliance members in a few hours. Office Boy I d'ftn't know, sir. Geouoktow.v Coukt. About 130 catof the South Dakota legislature combinNeverpay Well, say, Johnny, do you There is a tremenduous rise in the tle on tho market, the best bringing from AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEHAKER WAGON ed on Rev. James II. Kylo and elected Ohio river and its tributaries and much 3 to 3J cts.; milk cows $30 to $35; work think ho wius anybody I owe? Office Boy Oh no, sir, bo's never Ihou and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock S. Senator to succeed Moody. Ho damage is being done. Tho river ws inules$05 to 140. A steer weighing him U. f hero before. Boston Courier. and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is is a Congregational preacher, independ42 feet at Cincinnati, but it is thought sold at 4 cts. Times. conceded the best one made. ent in politics, with democratic leanings that the worst is over. The cattle market in Cincinnati is IIU Choice. and is 37 years old. His election is a deThe Kentucky Women's Confeder quiet, but best shippers have advanced "Como here, Tommy," said Tommy's iSLBTD cided black oye for the republicans. ato .Monument Association has raised to 5 cents, good to choice butchers 3J to mamma. "Tell mo whom you lovo l)est papa, mamma, httlo brother or S'J.OOO toward the monument fund. A to 4J, good feeders 3J to 4; hogs are dull Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. According: to tho census reports Leo site will bo pelectedand tho corner stone with 3.70 for tops; sheep are in demand grandma?" !."!, ., la tliu liualtliinof anplintl ill I can ftirnsh you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Gro.....!.. .o . " Tommy. "Custard," said lUUIll., Hnrier'a limJ,l,lv 1..S.1 i M at 2J to 5J. Young People. , , the Union. In a population of l,4o there ' A cery line. Agent for Hrodhead Tobacco. following v., the moun- " Adam Pence has made tho but 10 deaths last vear and three of . .,;,,,.ire r0 ..... ., .. ,. . . mm nun.- uu ii u.uiaeiigur u tin on tun horse sales in tho last few days: Brown Cmilil lie Spurrd. those wero caused by drowning. When Pan Handle road and crushed a car saddle gelding to John T. Hughes, of Jones Wo must mako this banquet a wants to die thero ho actually has a man killing one young lady nnd wounding a Lexington, for $175; 3 fancy geldings to grand success. Have you got oino good to movo to another locality before he can number of cigars to give away? other passengers. Tone Hunn for $300 and a pony to Rico do it. Brown Oh, yes; they're excellent NNy;rcnMBBMBMMyagjEMB'wpig'gMT;vix:w.vv'MirMr Hon. John Bennett nnd Collector A. Benge for $93. ones to givo away. Life. Stanford, who hoped to win K. Burnam left for Washington to join sold 92 head of Senator Thos. McMuiry has tho alliance nomination for president by Representative McCreary in urging upou slop cattle to Byrnes Si O'Donnell at 5 No Voinler. his bill for the government to loan mon- President Harrison the necessity of a cents. John T. Lyon, of Mercer county "You don't seem very well this morney on farm property at 2 por cent., was government building at Richmond. sold to Robert Jarvis 40 nice ewes at $8. ing," remarked the chain to tho watch. There were .TOO Knights present at Bond & Crossfield have bought about "No," replied tho watch, "I'm all ruu knocked out in tho first round. The adversely reported the wild- the Phantom Lodge. K. P., celebration at 2,000 lambs at 51 cents for Juno delivery down." Epoch. committee Lexington and they had a royal time. and Scents for July delivery. Andercat scheme. uf mi Aeroliat. Marches, a banquet and some excellent Wooilen Yes, as you say, Miss The Woman Suffragists were given a lodge work were features of tho occasion. son News. and for J. E. Wright, of Lincoln, bought eyes and air are very fine, but I black eye by the Kansas legislature, seems hard to hold a member in Monday of J. 0. Johnson 31 bend of It tlunk her crowning glory is her feet. ' Cast o rl Is no well adapted to children lliat which defeated tho bill giving them the the 12th Ohio legislative district. Cantnrla cures Colic, ConMlpAtlon, Three cattle, about S50 pounds aver- Li Eructation, Sour HUmiuch, for thebody reI recommend it u superior to any prescription right to vote. Score two Kills Worm, flved ultvp, and promoten dl- elections have been held for a Senator age, at $29. In tho I.NTKiuou Jouu.val lenown to me." It. A. Ancuia, M. D., Bitting down on the rratlon. tiring Ingalls and during the present legislature, two with-i- recently a pair of large horses, measurWithout Injurious medication. Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. women. d a month, to fill vacancies occasioned ing over 5 feet, were mentioned. Mr. Tub Ckntabr Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Lot on Main Street in Stanford W. P. Givens, of Lincoln, tells us he has Wilson was the only Kentucky by death. Mr. Containing i St. Louis is now tho largest fur mar- a pair that measuro 7 feet 4 inches from representative who had the gall to vote ket in tho United States. At a recent tip to tip. Danville Advocate. Term eay. TR. WALTON, Stanford. for clerks or Congressmen. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. salo of nelts in WHILE SOME ARE ASLEEP Others Will Watch. it with ! W. WALTON. The Louisville Store let-te- Sth - Always the alert, truing find items of interest for their countless trons, and always discounting all comnetiiors. in f resurrecting old from oar warerooms, which hare accumulated for 25 years or more and are not worth ;(k the dollar, and attempt put them on the public at disguised figures or values, bti always show NEW AND DESIRABLE STUFFS. amazed, at prices that will cause all competitors if you fail noice Half of your life still-bor- Courier-Jou- rnal. woHhS I.oO; $ for ladies' fine .Douglass worth J; for infants' Shoes, worth for Men's Brogan .;:. worth sJ.ZO: SI iorbovs to; lOcfor fine Embrold.arad SJnnnr. fine worth l,Jj!. and 10c tor three snoots of v,yiii n,tL - tor ladies lace 'JL'HrELlS Grand array of Ladies, WEEK'S IBKGrJLIItTS. -- .Uisscs, Child reus and Men's Fine Shoes; 00 cts. this wtch only al nr'v r- ill '..', - THE LOUISVILLE it S'TORE ri; r-- W ruilANSKY, Proprietor. & w . car-loa- d o ? M-rJLiO'ww- &t Mnri-hi'ilfi- ly g Ik-e- n j j 1 - ". Mil-le- r. - Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, y d Ex-pre- s. WOVE1T WIRE SIoAT PEITCE. FIRST CI.i5.SS LUMBER "STARD. j j up-hi- ll J. B. FOSTER fr j six-yea- r- 2,-1- STAPLE FA3NTCX GROCERIES, -- "- "-- -.- w, ... ,,.-.- - Siui-la.x- 's 1 Infants Children. Dlarr-ha'a. n short-haire- FOBJALEI . ....' 3BP7 'iH ?' 'WzvfK v trr " '"tfj- - -- V. ly Semi-Week- InteriorJouknal 1891 Tiik cut of Mr Boono failed to arrive and obituary is held till next issue. Stankoiu), Ivy., Fkiikl'ahy 20, tt.o.wAiTON,BUH.MnnaKor MEANS BUSINESS. Yoim nccount !h tluo nml ready. U Cull mil Bt'ttlo nml oblige A. PERSONAL renny. POINTS. in Mihs M.mxiik KuiNunitoAi) Mihh vinltiiiK Mary Itri;lit. nn Mu. Wicks D11.1.0S, of Laurel, Mm inotber t liin week. tlown to Ht' IU. Hits i:i m ban tumv to I'xillK-to- n to attend a iiitotiiii of the Y. M. C A. Miw. Janh IlAimow akH uh to lliiuik thu kooiI Hiiptint hiMtorH for a nieo 1 1 nur-jiriso. Mit. linn J. biuii T. HitNimicKH, of LouiMville, viHitliiK IiIh futhur, Mr. J. M. IliMulrli'kH. Miw. Wm. (ikku mih ealleil to l.ouW-H1yoMtenlay by thu illiiurti of ber mhi'h wifn. Mihs Mattii: Wii.i.iamh, of Mt. Vernon, in with Imr schoolmate, Mr. K. W. Mnith, at Col. Ilill'8. Mkpmim. V. W. (iiiekn, J. 1'. and 0. L Crow, KniKtitMof IStliian, attendtHl tlit y relcbratinu at Loxiutou. Mit. J. W. ItmniiT nml wife were call- ! to MiililleMraro by tliu illnetw of tlieir -- 1fTCt1ier, Mrw. Jennie HribL eiu'in-tiTon Mu. U Hawkish, n jiroiiiinent tho Itirliinuiii! ami Danville railroad, in tbi Kiicnt of Mr. Itailey Hill. Cait. J.wiki Chok ii, wIioummI to run on thin divihion, had bin left foot cut oir at Cecilia Junction, by tho euro tliiM week. Mini Na.vsik Wai.tiih and W. C. Walter, of .Stanford, are vlmtini; their brother, Dr. H. V. Walter. Wiiichwtcr Duni-ocra- t. Mu K. H. II KiMHiM of the L. A N . whh the jrucHt of Mr. .1 T Waller, Mauler of Machinery at How Intnl. Mkmow. W. H. Wkaiikn, Ivl Jones mid attendI.. C Walton, of Diadem of the 2Sth iiiinlverwi-r- y ed the celebration of the Kninbtw of Pythian at ton and reHrt a Inn tune. whh V. Caiii'Kstiik Miih. Mvouik k, chief time ke'-e- r her bcro yesterday nrrancini; to which eonniitit in part of much Hood borne and other Mock, March 1H. Shi IhlnkH of Kolng WuhI, e regret to noil t. rbcr wiy. Dit. D. I Fiis, wholmHbivn hero for a ytar, went up to KirkHvillu yeMordaj with a view of locating. The doctor in u clever gentleman and a good doctor and for him n kind reception wt and a nluiru of patronage in hi line. Tin: nioomington, 111., Kyo has thin to nay of n little Stanford favorite. Mimh Jennie HiigbeH, who was formerly with A. it H. LivingHlon, wins in thecitv. Miw HugheHiHOiie of the few ladien who number among the nucceHnful traveling a lending Shu KileHpeople. big wilen privilege .cloak houce and her to ii handHome Hillary. other relatives in Ilichuiond, Va. Worn out with a long seigo on tho delinquent Hiilwcriber ami other Mow ho yearns for a more agreeable occupation, but wo hope that after a good rest, which he has so faithfully earned, he -r to will return in better shape than cvlight in which he has renew tho debt-payer- K. C. Waitos left Wednewlay to vwit b'lHHiHter, Mrn. I. N. .Vaiighan. and k been so gratifyinuly succeshful. There never was a more loyal brother nor a laborer for tho ad morn r.ficemont of tho Istkiuok JositNAt.aml the paper could do about as well with out its type anil pressed :ih without litm. CITY AND VICINITY. alws Foil society and emblem pins go to W. H McUobcrts'. Call r IIouhk ami lot on IjincnMor street for sale. Apply to J. A. Carpenter. 7 r My spring suitings are arriving. and see them. II. C. Hupley. i Fifty ed, iiozkn handkerchiefs j"8t receivl'rico !l centii to $J. Severance k Son. has put Wils Tiik Court of otr again, this time till Jennings' ciso April 2. it' Appeals t Paiitibs owing mo on nccount of will pleaso call nml settle. money. A. A. Warren. Tin: 12 1SSK) I need thu shares of First National Bank Mock, advertised by Miss Ida M. Adams, woro bought by S. II. Baughinan nt ?U0. Tiik lrgoni.m Literary Society, of Garrard College, will celebrato Washington's birthday in an appropriate manner. Tho exercises will bo in thu collego ..hnm.1 Saturday. 21st, as tho 22d falls on Sunday. An invitation is acknowledged for our absent brother. T W. M. Ghekn, who was brought over i..,r l.v tho chief of polico of Lexington, was tried beforo Ju.lgo Varnon for shooting at MikoO'Keefo n year or so nt ifnwtnml and tinea $.o aim costs, falling to pay which ho went to jail. He ...i.;m ...l Umt ho tired tho shot, but said it was for tho purpose of scaring O'Keefo and not to hurt Mm. O'Keefo failed to appear against him. G. W. Bam., of Junction City, is figur- subscription list in tho country, but he ing with tho owners of the Carpenter did not think it was quite so extensive House for a lease on it fertile purpose of till proved by tho Bible. Tiik trustees of the Female College opening it to thu public. met yesterday and refused to permit NKW ADVKKTLSEMKNTS. Mu. Hoiikiit Fk.nki, has been the boys to go to school there. proud father of an boy since Maiihmw, Ht'NTKK, the detective, was Wednesday morning, which tho mother here Wednesday trying to find out who has already named for its pap.i. stole Koine Hour from the L. & N". cars at Mn Hannah lair Ward whlios to sell hct Rowland. That prince of B mifjees, "Uncle Joe" B. Alexander, will open up at bis old As Washington's birthday falls on stand, 7th and Market, Louisville, March Where the jom office lirnbecn kept until recently will Sunday, the banks and m taxi repair 2d, in great shape. See announcement Dwelling and observe Monday, the 2.'ld, and thereby in this issue. . get two holidays. Tiik cold wave predicted for Tuesday Just received a largo assortment of went wide of the mark, but the one bet ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, purses and pocket books and the newest for yesterday came within 10 of it, the Sc fiith and Market Streets, and most stylish designs in fine station- mercury going down to :S" and a cold Louisville, - - Kentucky, ery. W. B." Mcltoberts. penetrating rain falling the mot of the WILL Ol'KN MONDAY, MAR Tiik llustonvillo Hotel, the entire of day. "Slightly warmer" Friday says Hawng told out our entire interest In the hotel, (ion. which was bought by Weather- - Lt. Dunwoody in the absence of . I). on JelferwMi street, we hae moved to our old lircoly. stand that e o cunied fur years o successftillr ford a few days ago. has been rented to on Market and Jtlfemoti streets, are now fitting it Cail Brown, of Libeity, for this year. throughout and in Tin: trial of Kb Goodcn for the murder up willelegant siMpe, new elegant. Includingtho outfit in every ay lie one of Possession will be given about March of Marshal Coovert is in progress at Male's Safety I'atsengir and Ilaccagu Klevatirs with all the late improvements We vint all of 15th. Pineville. Goodin laid in jail here a ourold friends to cme ami see us in our old home We on long time and came near shw ing out just fh.lllpromise nd that our moms, table and ervlce A Tnoiioniii Ci.KiM.Mi.-.- Mr. A. H. l.e seer to none in the land My wife, Mrs Jo Penny, who has charge of the town before being taken to Ins trial. He is a our II. Alexander, wants to bebe remembered to all lady fnends and ht will lad tn see them clock, will give it a thorough cleaning on very bad egg and would have to hang and ive them a beany rer r ption r are $ per day ioi JO I! ALKXAMihK. Mtnager if the people up that way believed in the next warm, clear day. Tho clock will of course be stopped for the time, banging. but it can be relied on afterwards. IJR. I.. IJ. COOK, W. W. Pknn, traveling passenger Tin: auction at S. . Myers was a big agent, went down on 2 Pas tgiinin yes- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, lira wing iiird for the ladies, who gather-o- terday. Freight Conductor Bird jumpSTANFORD, KY. in full force. Some things sold high- ed on Depot Agent White at Williams-Inirgaubeat him around considerably, er than the regular price, but as a generM( Koberts' Ofhee store Kesideii' c al thing the figures obtained were lower. for which he was immediately discharg- Jame oer wt n' oropert Ilruit the jum lion ot II j at Dauslllc pike 21, was given ami It is rumored that Mr. Mcih will go to ed. Flagman Gaslin, of his tram and Mr. Peiiu donning the l.ouinvlllo to live, but we hope not. cap, went through to Louisville Cmti iii.i. Mil Lewis, who murdered in good shape. 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, bis father, Judge Lewis, in Harlan counCi.iik Cahii MriuiKHH Kn Yot'.vo. A Iloth dexrable homes For information nd ty, was captured at Hogerville, Tenn., on if ritii. addrent a toward of $."0. We are opposed to diipiiti'li (nun DiillriH, Texiis, nnyH that MRS SUSIK S ADAMS. law on general principles, but if it V. Clark Canli, of Lincoln county, Ky., mob i6S West Main Street. Lexington, Kv. ever is jusiillnble, it seems that it woultV nhot mid iiiHtiititiy killed H. T. Young in o II he In the case of this miserable pain Unit rity TtiHhdiiy night. Ciwh walked you, up to hirt victim and mid: "D cide. you havf dt'lmtiflifd my wifu and, by A Tai.ki.m Tiikk. Mr. 11. L. White lumvi'iiH, you hIihII dif." Two idiots folsays there is a large hollow sycamore lowed and Vomit' fell to thu ground. tree standing on the (sinks of tho HangIl)virtu'i( Taxis due the State of Kentucky Catdi then placed bis Hinoking pintol anil n Art county, I or one of ray deputius, will, ing Fork, on the lands of Greenborry near hta victim's head and fired two more 'ii Bright, that makes a muttering sound nhutH. Thu murder was of courao preduring a strong wisteruly wind that MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1891, meditated, Cash iroing to Young's home, imilHtes the human oice so nearly that e hoursof 10, A. M and i, Y M le- nodiuibtj for the cxpret-- purHt.o of anyone could be deceived thereby. re tile door in Stanford, cll to the killing him. Cash datum that ho had highest i o bi'Mcr, for cash in hand, the following occupied indisputable evidence to nhow that land, or so much thereof as may be necessary to FiNDlsit that the store-rooit by them was inadequate for their bust 1 Ollllg. W ho formerly lived 111 this COUIl- - satisfy the amount of taxea due aforesaid neh", the llrm of Severance A: Son has ty, wiii the Hint to lend his Afe astray, PRECINCT. Stanford secured the consent of its owner, Mr. B. and murder htui lurked in his heart hiikcv Years. Tax. Name Acres z Van Arsdale, to deepen it by building at he made the dincovery, which led to a IiaUer, IIukIi 1890 4 85 e "I;, M, , v.. Thomas 7 3J tho buck. An addition of 2fi feet, as divorce. Ah Mr. Cash had compromised .. 1 6 Lot 'S9.9" they propose to make it, will give them with several other men in minis ranging C.itr, Harriet ,. '87 to 90 10a one of the finest busiuesH houses in thi from toOO to $1,000 for iiivnding his mar- Gentry, Green, town let '89 and 90 . 4 jo " .. 3 05 '8; to 9a section. They w ill also add greatly to riage bed, it may be that Mr. Young re- (fiury, Hindi (livens Anthony, heirs" 'Ss; and 90 3 65 fused to pay and lost his life instead. their stock. " 1190 (iseas. Tup 3 00 Cash has always been regarded aa " 3 85 '89 and 90 Goon Nkws to Him. From his retreat dangerous mini and one or more killing Hill, Wlatt S Hamtier, James 'St, 89 and 90 3 90 in the .!. Iiuis jail, Wils Howard tells 11 lhui at his door. He professed relig- Hansford, Mary, hrs. lot 'S8, and 89 655 90 n Itepublic reporter that Judge lcwis. of '88, S9 and 90.. 4 10 ion, however, and said the Lord would Mcpherson, John Harlan, met the death he deserved and not allow him to do what lie would have Montgomery, Alex 6 75 88, 89 and yo 8 85 '80, 89 and 90. leaves behind few friends to mourn. Tho done before kill everybody connected MiddlctOH, Giorgc Rue, 87, to, 89. 00... 11 '5 trouble between father and son, so How- with the scandal. He recently sold out Rout, Ilettie Krsy I 4 a S7, 88, S,, 90 ard says, grew out of tho fact that the bis possessions here and went West, it is Terry. Jehn M. o 889 .... J 95 judge's father gave all of his property to said to join bis divorced wife Whitley, Jane 87, s, e9, yo 7? Warred, Manah 3 'tyahdc . Mdney. The judge wanted to get hold Mr. Young was a peculiarly amiable of the money to use it it in capturing WALNUT FLAT. mail and was much thought of by bis Howard and the boy refused, as ho and neighbors when he lived in this county. Lackey, Ik.li $ '7, S8. 9, 90 55 the outlaw were always special friends He married a daughter of dipt. 'SjA 90 30 9 85 F.J. Knds, Thus. Hen, hrs 40 'S9 and 90 and kept him posted on his father's White and she and her two children Richardson, plans and intentions. If this is true the had come on to Kentucky to live and Richardson, Hen, Jr. 18 'tS, &f and 90 and Andeistn, 7 5o young scoundrel is a traitor as well as n Mr. Young was to havo followed in a CRAII ORCHARD patricide and another reason is added few days. The poor wife is prostrated Adams, I'.lijuteth for the immediate taking of his life. 7 ( 115 'i, 89 and 90 with the "udilenness of tho blow and llron, J M. 1SS8 80 40 says that Sidney is very popuHoward everybody with a heart will sympathize Ilcck, Wm. 31 1H07 jo lar and will never receive punishment Anderson, J L. l?tW S 7 70 with her. for his deed Rrillin, David, Sr. '$5 to 90. no 7 .. 5 'Sj to7 jo Bkkohk "J o'clock the morning of itH lla?i;and, Allen Asmmu.Ii. At the meeting of the Odd HajKond, W G. 2 7J sSso..., Fellows Tuesday night all the stock for publication, a do.cn answers to tho Bible Nouks, Klizahcth 'Si toij ....... 4 6$ 74 '87 to 99 110 the purchase of the Commercial Hotel pu.zle had been sent in and they kept How kind Alfred 30 so 100 '871099 3 75 site and tho erection thereon of n brick on coining. Following is list of those Rogers, John, Sr 'S3 to 90 .. c 30 Stewart, KluaWtli, tco ofiiccs who have forwarded answers to date: Woods, Mary building to contain 'SjaiidM 3 00 50 We shall continue to publish names as was subscribed and mid a lodge-rooHrocW. Jctsc jo V -- .. 95 t lot Karris, K O hrs. '89 and 90 9 70 tho following gentlemen chosen direc- they come until March lo. 48 A. C. Sine, Mmford. 85 ,'90 lloJue, Wm tors: J. N Menefee, Jos. Severance, 1. '84 te 90 NorKyke, Mrs. M. t let 9 80 Sain Walton Severance, Stanford. A Allen, J. B Paxton. T. M. Bruce, J. " Wtcn, Nallnn '89 and 98 3 95 Mrs. Sue lUuiglun.ui, Stanford, L. Shelton, A. C. Sine. The lodge will COLO II El). Miss Kdiia Courts, Stanford. invest Sl.rK) of its orphans' .mil widows' a 75 '8 to 00 Mrs. George 1. Hopper, Stanford, llriRht, Francis j fund in the building, but tho other stock '84 to 90 Ilurnside, Sim t let 3 65 tieorge IJ. Hopper, Stanford. is taken by the Odd Fellows individuallet '90 Guest, Green 3 00 Miss Dollie McKoberts, Stanford. ly. It is estimated that 100,000 brick 'So and 90 50 Jones, Green Stanford. Joel T. Kinbry, I Rice, Andy '89 and 90. 3 js will be required and tho contract for a 10 3 '90 Mrs.. I. W. Havden, Stanford. Tucker, Win. them will be let before long. It may bo Mrs. J. W. llroun, Mt. Vernon. WAYNKSI1URG. several months before the building is George Howard Bruce, Jr., Stanford. FU'nchimii:h, Hinry 1S0 commenced, but it is a dead sure thing '89 and 90 9 15 Miss Ixm Dunn, Stanford. V5 to '90 10 75 Morion, Geo. W. 57 now, praise the Iord and thanks to Bro. 61 'S9 and 90 Martin, W. C. Miss Mary IJ. Kobinson, Lancaster. 5 60 m '87 ti 90 2 90 I'olly John IJ. 43 Bailov, Stanford. Tho directors met yesterday afSine. Hledsoo Rldnur, Win. ico '89 and 99 4 co ternoon and elected the following offiMrs. M. P. Morgan, Pineville. 2 40 56 1890 Ross, D. F. Joseph Severance, president; J cers: Miss Nannie Van Deveer, Stanford. Williams, llobt. 6 50 '89 and 90 40 A. C. Sine, N. Menefee, '83 to 93 6 80 Williams, Susan Sam Kmbry, Jr., Stanford. 147 Young, Clatk, '89 and 90 10 3 60 secretary, J. B. Paxton, treasurer. Willie P. Durst, Rowland. Tiik city council is considering tho HUSTONVILLE. Mrs. G. U. Cooper, Stanford. question of whether it would not be Mrs. W. L. Williams, Huston ville. '3S te 90 8 3S town lot Atwood, Gen., better for the tow n to go in with other '87 to 90 Mrs. S. W. Purris, Mt. Vernon. Grtlhn, General, 30 9 30 '88 to j Co 5 55 Hale), David, stockholders in building the water Mrs. Kntu Kgbert, Crab Orchard. 3 00 1890 Oldhnni, Mrs Rebecca works. Many think that Sl'O.OOO is too Miss Mary K. Myers, Millersburg. '86 to co 10 3 75 Closd, Kdith much for the town to invest in one enMiss S.illie Klkm, Lancaatur. 'N5 to 90 town lot Cooper Jtui, 3 35 terprise, while they would bo perfectly . j 4$ 'S? rind q 4 Gisens, At J. IJ. Guyn, Paint Lick. 2 85 '89 and 90 Lt is, Samuel, hrs S willing to vote 58,000 or 510,000 towards F. Waters, Danville. Mrs. Joe '89 and 90 McCermaek, Green, lot 3 2 the works. Mr. J. W. Alcorn says ho Miss Florence Fstes, McKinny. , '89 and 90 5 Rtid, Aaron 3 40 of the stock secured mid has the rest 'So to yo J. C. McKee, London. 7 45 Vinson , Frank will enter into a contract to have tho W. I). Kelton, Conway. TURNF.KSV1LLK. workBin operation by August 1. BeJohn Pitman, 1'ittsburg. Adams, Mrs. Susan sides the amount that would be required 14 45 Joseph Owens, li.irbourville. fi C F. Slade, lots McKImm)' '89 for the towMi to build and run the water Alcrn, II., O. U, S '9 90 Miss Anna lleid, Hustonville. Mtoyo.. . 7 85 IlriKht, Richard works, there are other objections to tho Miss Lydia Lewis, Molvinuey. S to i)o .. a llriht, John .3 ,o project. The concern could not be as Kv. M. P. Morgan, Pineville. 6 Colli), Louisa V '5 well managed, at least it would not be, Miss Klla Givens, "Hicbland." 3 Floyd, Jim 9 13 9" ii by a set of men having no pecuniary inlint Cloyd.Joc IS to yo ... .10 10 Peter W. Carter, Stanford. a ly to 90 s jc Cain Gitoch, terest, as by those who have. In nearly T. J. Hill, Jr., Stanford. S t0 9(. S 60 OiHcti, Davidson 31 every instance where towns an cities Miss Lizzio IJ. Uormley, Crab Orch- - Welch, Jim .V J lot s 7 have attempted to run water works, the 'S toio 1st Welch, llerry 7c ' question has been one of continual Dr. I. S. Uurdett, Urodbead. 8 60 hrs 4 Morrison, '7 to is trouble, bad management, rings, crimiIt is tho source of much gratification to HIGHLAND. nation and recrimination resulting. We have so many answers returned in so Ilruti.in, John co 'to 50 '88 to 90 9 20 are satisfied that a 510,000 investment short a time and to know that our read- IUuh, Oeo. W, 5 '8 1090 S 85 140 would be more acceptable to the people ers are likewise Biblical students. The Daugh, K. hrs '88 I 3$ Harris, Margaret 50 and we trust Mr. Alcorn's proposition answerB range from 1858 to 55S,0G'J. The SacV.enhcim, Jos. Co 3 6j '87 will bo reconsidered and favorably acted one who sent the latter Biiya he kuow McMulleu, Jas. 4 60 '$) & 90 on. T.D. NEWLAN'D.S, L. C. the Intbiuor Journal bad tho largest m -- FOR 15 DAYS- - MY ENTIRE STOCK -- OF FOR SALE. -store-hou,c Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- ii tions, Etc., Property at 3IcKiinicy, lUJ-- lt post-olllc- e WILL CO AT COST. Now is your chance. Call and be convinced. IB'. IF. BOUT, Portman Block. II.,,- . SPRING GOODS. Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we -- 1 11 d d ting-man- 's 11 have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and FORS1LE. Men's Furnishing Goods. You are invited to call. Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes! Stagg & MeRoberts. llus-tonvim I ' I '" m to-- Tit-I- E WXILILAlllB 9 I.IK Al.I NDLR'S HOTEL, "'' 1 TIIOROUGHLV RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOU1SVILLK. KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. --f- 1 aJ liatiis $2.50 Per liay. Court-Hous- e 11 Manager. . - T7t?fKTa Sj?. B0BT. FEN2EL, 2th. kj c ,m & r -- . -- i'i . 3 Watch Inspector L. & N., Dealer In 4 1 Jlfls2IX!. All Work Warranted. WATCHES, CLOCKS ANS JEWELRY. c5T"Rcpairing neatly and promptly done. Fine Watches a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. 1 1 11 store-room- -- TS?K9 m fs tt-- H' s 1 p A V T i$M$ IP T sy A. 4ti I tr- -. Is Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. 1 1 1 "WHAT HAVE T0TJ GOT TO EAT?" Is a question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at m A. A. WAHLREET'S "MODEL GROCERY:" Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. vice-preside- The Old Reliable Jeweler ii in the Lead. 1 A. R. Penny OK . Has the largest and 1 . , MOST COMPLETE STOCK 1 Watches and Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Ojd send gold and silver taken at market price. . Your trade and work is solicA. R. PENNY. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. 1 1 . 1 ... 1 4.-- ' k'. -- V - r. u i. kj v y Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm. AT PubllBhod Evory Tuoaday ivnd Frldoy HUBBLE. News. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Mr. Will Watson, of Farmer's City, Washington, Feb. 10. Mr. CleveIII., and Miss Nellie Illackerby, of this land's letter against the freo ami unlimplace, were joined in matrimony by Hew ited independent coinape of silver did Washington SB .PIER rWhen YKAR,iy ADVANCE S2.BO will be charged. not so paid K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at ;ooa, m., returning at $'.io p, m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Matltrain going North " " South ' " North Local Freight North Express tram .t " South 30 pm 131pm 11 - The latter trams alo carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time is about jo minutes faster ' ..650 am juam 511pm 59 P m South.. not create the excitement in Congress that the sensational newspapers have said it did. In the first place tho views expressed by Mr. Cleveland are precise lyuiose nciu ny mm ana publicly ex pressed just before his inauguration as president in ISSo, eo that a reiteration of tiein wits no surprise to those acquainted with the man. Of course there are dillerenres of opinion among democrats in Congress a9 to tho wisdom of having taken this time to reiterate them, but Mr. Cleveland's fri'nds point to tho fact that he did not do so until asked to take part in the meeting in Now York. They say that if he had not given his opinion in answer to that invita tion lie wou.ti nave been open to the charge of cowardice, and everybody knows that there is nothing approaching cowardice in G rover Cleveland's make-anti-silver 7 o'clock Tuesday Only Dlroct Lino evening. About 50 friends came in to Hctwern Cincinnati, Daytnn I una, Tqledo, Deof the troit, the Lake Returns anil ( anada. witness the nlliiir and partake 'lhe road Is me of the oldest in the State ot nice supper. They will leave in a Ohiotimi the cnlyline entering Cincinnati oter s for his homo in the West. We all miles o( double track, and fmm its .ail record can morn than assure its patrons speed, comfort and wish them a happy life nnd extend safety. Tickets and see that they many good wishes to her most excellent read C , llon sil,ivery where, out of Cincinnati, , either in or Indianapolis or Toledo. mother she leaves behind. U. L. Snow K. O M.CORMICK. is up from Cumberland county with General Passenger and Picket Agent. cattle. J. E. liruce was in our commit-- i Bucklcn's Arnica Snlve nity this week buying shoats nt !$ cents, The best sat e in the world fur cuts, bruises, sore., ill, ers, salt rheum, frwr sores, letter, chapMost all of our neighbors are on foot ped all skit, erup again after some disagreeable colds. 11. lionshands, chilblains, corns and uo pay retiuir and positively cures piles, or It is L. White sold a yearling mule to Sidney ed. money ttrantced to Kite perfect satisfaction, refunded I'rire 15 cents per box. or Dunbar for $So. Will McCarley and For sale Dy A K Penny. Mantord, Ky. John liell Gibson ut A Dayton RR. is the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safety SURGKON DKNTIST. Vestibtiled Trains, with Chair Parlor. Sleeping nnit Dining Car service betven Cincinnati, In Office. Jon Main street, over V, II McKoberts1 only line run dianapolis and dncitgu and It the Drug Store, Stanford. iing Through Reclimna; Chair Cars bttween Cln-- c miKtl, Keokuk and Springfield, III. mid Sleeping Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw ind the The Cincinnati. Hamilton Tho Flnoat on Earth. Dr. A. S. PRICE, J5M pB0SS?7X'P' !Ppj FARM FOR SALE. few-day- s ) I offer for sale privately my Farm of 85 Acres, miles south of Stanford, near the Someret pike It is in a high stale ol cultivation, all be nig in grass but ij a res, has nil the necewtry buildings, is well w.iteml and fenced and a desir. able place genirally. Call on or address nest Stanford, Ky. n O. A PKYTON. ii 90-n- For Sale 86 I Twenty JJuildintf Lots In ihe corpora'c limits of Rowland II J DARSP, Rowland. Tames Underwood'H daughter were mar- u ). set piVe, miles from siiafid and am prepared Many eminent democratic Senators to fHinish an Lied of UMIIKK, MI IN 1. KS, and Heprebentatives in their disappointAs. ,at I.OWKt.1 1'RKhV I will sell the lumber at the mill nr deliver. tail purchasers Live ment at seeing the last hope of the pass9tl me a trial l'..tr.ffl. e. MAYVtfMMi, KV will deliirr tavsrri htstmit thiiclcs t Stall age of the free coinage bill by the House ford r Itowlund at it 45 ter.M Mrs. I.uella Martin committed suint this session vanish, as it did with the II DAM IN A 41 cide near Hartford by hanging her.-e- lf publication of Mr. Cleveland's letter, from it rafter of the porch, .She was of said, upon tho spur of the moment, unbound mind. things which upon cool second thoughts they will probably regret. Mr. CleveNewpitt News A M ttntij pi Valley C t K, I) ODDS AND ENDS. Now Try TUIh Sidul Vestil ul.il Trains to land mayor may not bo the nominee of ..AT It will cost )Oii nnthinr and will surely do you a tough, trouble with )ou Never kick an electric light wire when good if chesthavelungs I)rcold or anyNew Discovthe democratic partv next vear, but it Philadelphia King's or threat, does not appear probable to an unpreju- it's don n. ery for Consumption CoHc.hs anJ Colds it guarBaltimore, Now York, & CO.'S, M. F. be give relict r mnnc) A cream of tarter bkinp powder. Highest of diced mind that his expressing a person of the anteed to from I.a Grippe foundwill just paid hack The estimated population All point! 1.JM and southeast the thing Sullerers it U. S. Government all in leavening strength. Only one infill out Irom Letisvtdn,. and under its use had a speedy and pellet t recovAug. 17, 1SS9. al opinion, which ho was well known to world is 1,450,000,000 a am sis.l TSi timhla rflla sit via vnal.ia I J VI iti .sie-tkliiv Ky. Corrected lime Card in Klfect Jan 4, iJgt IS mouths before the meeting of Kroken hearts are never dangerous as tarn for yourself junto good a thing it u inhold, al bottles Tree at A K lVnny s drug store. Large C. tho national convention of the party long as dinner tastes good. r'ati TattMail Aclori sire ;o cents and Ji. KAST IIOl'NI). Kipress Daily Daily would absolutely eliminate him from the When the average man prays for his Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot Dally K Sun Ki. Sun Mlloa' Norvo find Liver Pills subiect to the will of the Democratic party. presidential field. "Successful politics," neighbor tho Lord hears lots of gossip. ..,. a new iirinci Co. I.vc Stanford Acton ,,u sat h, j 11 am 11 jon'n " esinton. uowe's rmigh the nettet. A new ' o is ym said a democratic Senator When art is a day old it is a daub. stonincnrvanu Ur. "are 40 am t ss; pm " Wiathesler OF STANKOKI), KY , ., " J$ P" 11 t5 pm R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. always practical and if when tho con- When it is 200 years old it is a master- nest, tttd taste, torpid liter, pils, tontlipallnn jpm " K. V. Juncticn Ml McrliHg Uneualel tor men somen, chihlreii Mnallett, Is nuw fully orcamrcd and ready (ur business with pm vention meets its membeis shall be of piece. l"l $ pm 7 jo pin mildest, surest " Motchead jo dose 25 cents. Sample free t DENTIST. P'"! 4J ' Ollre Hill is given as at A. It Penny's, Stsliftrd "Disproportionableness" the opinion that Mr. Cleveland is the oj p J JI pm 10 ij am Paid up Capital of House, $200,000. " AthUnd Office on Main street, opposite Portman 1st jo pm s IS Pi " CailelltbtirK, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas giten for painless strongest man, he will receive tho nomi- the lougest word in tho Knglish lan4) Tlir ilout Surplus, . - - 15,000. " iluntiai;lH ..... to St pm S So pm extracting. WI o xn II nation, otherwise not; and the rank and guage. f T',e rus' amou .iir trtTfor i'il tr tho STANFORD. KENTUCKY. iktipHie ml rti .i. Hie a girl's af- heart n tile of the party, who want the man nom You can't tell how valuable WtST IU)UNI). plitxl sviih oil loottn r v own Itb" ts SUCCrvSOIt to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL th rite of inated that can win, not any particular fections are until you are sued for blight- llslOMtltiio nsid f'K- - tin k km HANK OK SrAMOKI), DR. W. B. . .. mi ' ao.t wH" iv wi.ielt !! litnilD .oidr thD ClMI man, will ratify the choice of the con- ing a set of them. SMI nt I' la pm, 4 00 am 4 l li. (New cImiiis tip) with Ihe sstnte aselsand under " Callclibrj: .. as pot! 15 am ar so iimHT Hea.--t rni'llros. lhe Hrt vention, whoever he may be. A year At present there are '218,000,000 Cath" Athland tae tame management. 40 pur o is am . nlonoxer viniioiiis .t sh .in .. Hy prnvistons of its chaiter, dcpotitnrs are as " Ohte Ml pwi. t 4j am j 4) am J stom.'eli. Ilultwrlnt;. fully protwtesl as ilf O.Tice South side Mam street, in office recently and a half is a good while. Let us all olics in the world, according to figures C'Mnir 1'iiirt in e. " Ml Sterling aie depvaitors in National am n i am J IMtjio ..n h 1'lml.inr; ti thr".i fo.loit iti, Hanks, iu rurchtldr m'P ' Wincnwslcr held Individually vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. btnil keep cool and meet the issues when furnished" by Koine. S it pm 15 am f IS am is snW'os, r .r P' liuncrv ur tni liahle to the estent uf the amnuHl of their ttotl Arr LetfK.ioti . . . ' Kt pm 8 IS P" n an i' Ir Ninit ' LotiistilO they confront us. Nothing is to be Appeal of a very young lawyer: "Gen ete oiil i I'ntn.. k rM hi lit .. It Jit . tHT .cot U therrsu at the par valne therrol, in addition ta the j ij pnV 4 so ho 11 n n tte antottlit invested in mto.lt sltares ll way avtas M. BRUCE, gained, but much can bo lost by beiug tlemen of tho jury, I beseech you to acese.utnr administrator, trustre, Ac, at fully at M;ius:it4 Limited etlibuled r.tprrs. runt daily and las i.t.s. individual precipitate." tibulesi lluffel Meo.,, A quit my client for my sake, for this is Ilnd 'r. r l.i r ( Ind .livet anTo those who entrusted their hnisinets to us Pullman in Lou FEED. STABLE, IIVSH, SALE JJD .rs u (Hyvir two il bmn while mtusiBK' Ike Linctdn NatsoHal Itank el isvillr.Letinfi.Hi, Washing inn, New.rk ant Washington, where both men had my first ctisc 1" I Mis tram It made part of the tmrmm s.omini ! thuuci.l to In1 iiri Sh et ' Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and celelirated ' wns STANFORD, KY. ins manyiwarm friends, was greatly shockNine hundred anil fifty submarino ll 1.11b t to trust they will tontinuc to transact their butiness ! Jor p Incl. Zt ..II V. tWdeaths ol Admiral Porter and telegraph cables ore now in operation, Jtlg lirs. m .' j ' piilpuk.' m .r u 'i(n tts-- to with hs, olfminj at aKuarnHlee for prompt alttn-tio- n ed by . '1 tp m SPI'.CIAL ATIKNIION to COMMERCIAL to same, our twenty years etperiemre In Katl of llunlinclon on ihe C. ,V O Route ,n ijrtii p'i in' x .,r r fumt us kmnVmc and as liberal accmino4atMmt sold. Gen. Sherman, one on Friday and the most of them in Kurope; their total ed travellers. Horses and mules bought and at are nn-rat Mail Iraint run dally ettepi Sunday he ress sho was ti h otn l.tie with sound banking twn I.etlBKIofi and llulilmsuxi. Make dlttct Only horsesaud vahteles used in livery other on Saturday, and many kind and length is over S!),000. A trtut botof Or. .sti.es l.rv or.t cstnneeston at llunlinclon with C .V O , at Ash IUHKlTtSKk. undo ne unsl it tle of th.s ' ..iid it irler Und wiili .S. V k , at UitKkrstcr with K C R loving regrets have been expressed by flltoly liiiistrul .1 tr istis a nt A.K I'fm.y s J J. WiHtamt, Ml. Vernon; K. north ami south bound, and at csiiiirt. n w,th tore. "v r eomoieiutsi stattl euaranlststt Oru November last the democrats led 1U In all classes. By order of Mr. Harrison V , I. S sod C . N. O. , I I. J. M Hail, SlantHt-sf- ; . RailroaJs I oxtoitton and Olive Hill Acommo.lati SHELTON HOUSE, nil of the departments will be closed to the republicans in 'J9 States by the S. Owsley, iinnford ; J. eeptg m)r. Connor it at W'inchrer nt dai'y J an S J. Kmbr), StaMfrrd; figuro of l.Oltt.olO. The largut.) from C posott and at LeamttiH. with morrow the day of Admiral Porter's S R R for l.mtvilU I J. H GREER, Proprietor, J. K I.jnn, Stawlixd; , funeral and it is expected that Congress plurality was lSH.Sdl in Texas, and the mil information in rri;ard to latet. routes. A. W. CarSMStter. MIIUIevtle; Ac , appl) to any scent of list or Cannes hoc unet - will adjourn as a mark of respect. He smallest majority 2S:J in .Montana, for . K.HuugltiM, llussostvWe; When IUby was slek, wo cave her Castoria. had 'iL lLIUNTINOTON. The republicans Congressman. j Cash, Stanford j C U IIROWN, accommodation nt reasonable rates. will be buried with military honors nt V p aid t. When she sra.s a Child, alio cried for Cvstorlit. . v. r A , Wtttsam (.ooch, Stanford, Ky. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery Arlington cemetery, in a Bpot selected pluralities or majorities in 13 States ag I e 11111M011. Kv. in connection When sho Ixamo .Mlas, sho olun; to Castoria. S. II. Stsanks, Presidetit II W. IHRNM, W , HARRISON, gregating 100,0.31. The largest republi-caby himself not long auo. With the M . let. nt .11. Ky P A .Ashland, Ky J II Owsley, Cathier plurality was 1S,.SS;5 in Maine and When slio had Chiliren, iho gave them Castoria. death of these two men the last of the W. M. Krieht, Teller B,33aTT. '.K5 in New Hampshire. great union commanders of the civil war tho smallest J II llauiihman. General Hook Keeper This gives a net plurality in the UnitHaving leased the Menefcc Stable, I now offer have passed away, and with both of my HEW bTAIILI! on Lancaster street for rent of 919,079. This is much U10 It has ten large Itox Stalls and is the very best them dies the highest rank in their res- ed States place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for pective branches of tho service Admi- largest plurality by which any party has "JILl'JflUKAHS UOL'TiC." the coming scasou A large cistern at the door. Call on or address ral of tho navy and General of tho ever carried the country. Tho nearest Tho 8hortoat nnd Quickest Routo from A. T NUNNKLLKY, Stanford approach to it w as iu 1S7L', when drant j army. Contrnl Kuntuoky to nil pot nut Nortb, BluC-GraFarm For Sa!o. EftBt. Wont i.nd FittKi The enemieH of civil servico reform, as had a plurality on the popular vote of A IV. Unobutweun Loxlnton and Clnclill she is run by tho presentcommissionere, 751, 4S1; but this was not a strict party nntt. , (fer oroJe privatciy ,he Henry Iletter farm came very near succeeding in a flank lllVlSlOIl, OS UOllt camimaies were rcptitiSC1IF.DULK IN KKKKCT NOV 6, 1I90. of 60 acres, nearly all rah bottuin land, 11 aires I I am well prep tied to bore wells and will do the movement in the House, the object of licans and mttnj ilemocrats failed to sup town in whiat : the balance in grass. work in a Kxd i..aniie and proiuptl which was to cut oil the supplies of the port Greeley. No a. No. 4 , NfTr, rooms and is in The t . r, Hint, tulr dwelun? has sis At One Dollar a Foot. It is ".ell to remember, TB..reia new barn, cood well, fine orth- commission by reducing the oppropria- K. Sun.' D.ily. Ki Sun Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. SIK) fecinK on the plac. ' tion lor the lure ol clerks, lho move- even so great a majority as tlutt of I..,1. SMITH. I.vc Cincinnati ... 8 10 a m, 8 on p m Dopm cash; balance in ti and . away. Republican CXI.ve Covmcton. ... 8 18 1 in, I ol p ml A p si ment failed, but it resulted in some plain Iliaybo tlllOWIl ,.. to lwKiveri Feb. t, tool. r I.ve Falmouth...... g 48 am u i5 p in J 5 P m . ..,.. cx. ti.1,.1 .. J r a nsh . s,ow - ,l.mn,.r.ttir. talk about the manner in which the tcaaro imuuiv Arr Pant ii iS i ni in tj p m J 16 p tn W. A. Triple, at PP1. Arr Letington i a in pui in p m 6 o p ro ! me r "r commission works that could not have of 1874, only two years after tho great I.ve Pant s IT t m i; p ml 7 was polled.; i m.. republican majority of lb'--' J. K. PEYTON, M. I). o IS tJ nt been pleasing to the commissioners. Arr Winchatter.. la to Arr Richmond . 35 P ml A wisu uso of the victory of last year will Theto are certain indications of near Arr Lancatter. $ ' P ml Arr Stanford. Pm approach of the junketing season coming insure democratic success in 1S92; but to 9 Ill pm r sfj jvi? y Msi isr "" I IlA I SUiMAL DAPJIx r I.ve Richmond m TUB GKU.VT HOUSKIIOLD ItElIEDY FOIt in sight. Mr. Harrison is preparing to assume that wo are to have a ' ofV ., j Arr llerea. :.. . . :;::i7. p m &r W r" Arr l.ivintfton . .. 5 ' p m -.!;c-jj--. mako a tour of tho Pacific coast in in that year might prove a fatal delusion i;;;:;;;;;::1. OK SI AN FORD, K fnrma Courier-Journac private car of the would-bpresithe North Hound. No. J. No. ,. sar No y dential candidate of tho Farmers AlliSALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, John V. Grater, of Vincennes, Ind. Capital Stock-SurpluI.ve Livingston 8 oo a in The M .n Ifi m.. 1:1. filU a lung felt ance, Senator Stanford, and the Senate, Jg o SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS; &c. Lve llerea from his keepers, oS a m bas by resolution authorized two com- a maniac who escaped 10, GOO want with iiMitr f H.ires.ir Mules Arr Richmond. " 3 jn tija j. PRICE 50 CENTS. was en route to Texas in a Pullman car Lve Stanford .. with Wart?-- Kji.iU, r.niiM-- ., Cut., 7 oo a in o" 5 Send threfl stamps for free sampio mittees Naval aflTairs and Canadian re- attached to the lion Mountain passenLve Lancatter 7 Jo a ni .. x4 J boi ;tnU took. Strains., Simiir.r, Old Sou, Ikirb Wiro lationsto travel around at government ger. Arr Richmond.. to is a m Attention of the public is invited to the fact At Bald Knob station he shot that this it tho only Nutional Hank Stanfnnl Lve Richmond.... I OJ p ni 6 lo am expense next summer. Senator Plumb Cutis etc. It makes no diilcrcnro ..... . Under the provisions the National Hank Act, Arr Winchctier .. 54 P in 7 15 a ml Meyer, a New York traveling sales- depositors are secured ofnot only by the capital how lung the knot Iiiik been there, or stirred up the bile of some of the mem- Arr Paris . .. J) Pm y 48 am' man, and then killed the conductor, li. stock, but bv the stockholders liability fur an TIR-OieSO- AP how hrd ii i,, (if U w not of the Lve Leziugton . . u (i m ; 00 am b'rsoltno latter committee uv saying W. Leech. amoutiiequ il to the stock, so that tleiMstitort of 3 4J p m Lve Paris a 45 P m ; a tint institution are secured by a fund of $4i,ouo 4 b.ine,i we Mill uike it iiT on the "MO that he met the committee in California Lve Falmouth... 18 an p ni 9 51 a in, 5 11pm m. 30 p m In 1842 Mrs. Rachel .Stillwaggou, of live.....1. .. statements .1.. IT.,1..I Q,.t. the hank Arr Covfngton. .. Ssrorn .... .a oftheeondttiaii of .....t CUHt, HO PAY" 1,1.11,. 5 t P m 10 44 a ml 5 J7 p m Ii, removing lust fall and felt inclined to present it ABSOLUTELY PURE,v Arr Cincinnati ... S SO p m 10 c0 a in o mem .nd itsnssets are examined at stated iinios Flushimr. Long Island, being tlietl 4J p in tin knot the hair rumen oil", and the with a map so that it could find out hT axonts. thus securitig addintonal FO?: MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, On IheMavstille llranch, Xo UUU feeliiiL' rather feeble, con-je.trSOlU, and perfect safety to depositors, leaves Paris at place Ihvuiiiot, ery sore; when you where Canada was. 7 H, a nt anif.Vo. it, at S , 9. m, ,v 1 hi. institution, orntinally established as the p AND NURSERY PURPOSES. $2 will. With Cireflll Mop tiling it, the hair cume. back U, No one appears now to anticipate an eluded to make her Depo.it Hank of Stanford in 1858, then leave, MaytWIle at , ao a m. am'ving at TAB-0Iol Stanford in it CO., Chicago, iffl extra session of Congress this spring, al and tender impartiality She divided liur- ued at the National Hank Kirst National 165 and original eolur, nnd not a trace of the 7 40. a in. No u leaves Maysv.lle at Pan, and Hank of the so niimiiif n Inii'H nilin- IW1 COinfOrtaOIO sUnt..rd in tWa, hat had praunally an unillter-be- r knot i left. I'ur plan of insurance, tJa'SyVsVe "' Th" " For sale by A V. I'mny and M. I.. Ilourne, though of course it is possible. There is ruptede.xitterxeof 11 years It is supplied Of relatives. Shudied I.Ht week at now with StanforJ. etc., cull at the uiHlerfigneddruggiM's, a rumor that tho republicans of tho SenvJJ" 'i"" dj".' ,ro,n ''Ston to Cincinnati mcilities for trancliiiKhusines prompt- .,.. ..cxinKion 10 00 am; .... ,j yai liberally Accounts 01 corperuutins, arrives Paris ate aro going to try to rush tho Force the age Of lib and none Of tho relutlVeaj nonorauictaracr. than ever before in its Ionic .and and bring vour animal with von. 10 4( am: excent Siiml 1ST aro left, Tho poor tmngs grow tired of firms and individuals respectfully bill through during the closing hours of ' ',mi"''l-o'.tW II McRober.s, druggist. Stan- - 7 oVpm 'jTsce Sunday.5 Kor.alehy ford. tho session, but I don't think there is waiting. 7Hivcsratinimth 600am: arrive. "" 55 am; eacept The Directory of this Dank it coinptMcd ol Sunday. ""''7 anything in U T. I. Kststcr, of Stanford; runs dally, escept Sundav To Little Mary's Light Headed Lovers. .... Vtres'us He id, Lincoln county ; M "nd Cincinnati. No llv,rn only, maltinijalUocMl G3 SutiiUy W. Ilnydeu, M.mfold; (Written for a Friend by an J. S. DANVILLE. JuSI slops. No S H iffl WH II. ItJiiiilim.in, Lincoln; C,"c"""i nd LeiiHRtoii J Ihe world has ceased to slitter. JBO HmDI J!m3i 11 SSriM SM M. ). Mnier, Mt Vernon; 6 and Falmouth Accotnmo- ,il .:' flNM ' And ever) thins looks mean, The grocery firm of Harris it Oldb. T Harris Lincoln; And lite U sad and bitter J. S. Ilocker Stanford; ham, this city, assigned this morning to O A. Lackey, l.iuooln: ,. '"le Trains No nndKalmnml, .'I To the call that is doomed to v. aa. T. P. Hill. Stanford: V. 0. Goodloo. ar"VC at nc """ St' Liabilities $750; absets 1W. Vth beiovV W. Ii Welch, St inford John ,,? PL.A,. -I' Hut the bellowing calf tfets tired, very small. CONSUtVIPTlON oKK,i:Ks,vra,e,s,anford,l Winrh"'e' And hunger compels it to e.it looinon fhe'nNakN T5f Thobtoroof V. II. Parks, Perry-villSCROFULA And in pastures now it learns to chow IMIOKTANT.-Trai- n.i ,.,..', . S. Hacker, President; J. was partially demolished by dynai &L?ff BRONCHITIS The gruss beneath its feet. John J. McKohcrts, Cashier; EMULSION COUGHS A. A McKiiino, Assistant Cashier mite Sunday morning. It w.ts tho work And so it is with lovers l nr full particulars address any of soruo miscreant. COLDS Vhen they wake fromfealish dreaasa, aSent ol the Co. CUR! :S has. ltt its brightness The suu Iu tho crcuit court William Hurley, Wasting Dicoasea W.I. MUNSOSTr,, Pas.. AKt.. Cinclnnat,. fLEXINGTQN.KY: And the moon no longer beams. !. V. II. MORSK, Gen'l I'ass'e'r Ajjt.. a young negro, was sentenced to the Cincinnati, O. Wondorful Flosh "i The daily task seems longer, n.K. IIIIvtivctom ViccPres't and Gen'l penitentiary for ten years for committing "'''--''TManager, Many lmvo gniuod ono pound creop slowly by, The hours a rape on Rosa Patterson last April. CKNEKAL OFFICES' IP YOU WANT The calf is growing stronger, per day by its uko. Chamber of Commerce lluildinir. Cincinn,.! n There were threo cases against : . r.' .. . Yet the poor thing wants to die. .1...1.. vole iinnh foiui.Hion. is not a eocrot -Scott'H ij imu.tiiiio.. un aunua y" .. - ri "1 Humphrey Heat, transferred from the anu i.cxiugton. contaiiiH tlio etimulat Hut lover and calves mutt lite and learn remedy. It Garrard court ono for destroying pubAND A HAPPY COOK. USE In this great world, so cold and stern, iii( jiroportiert of tho llypoplios- Cotiicitctsj loranis the tvholo lic property, ono for carrying concealed Intea and puro Norwegian Cod loin mid tivgotsi Ulkokacs, auelt usj That losers who pluck the rosos weapons, and one for giving liquor to a This notice forotvarns hunters, fishermen And the calves who have no horns ivor Oil, tho potoncy of both and minor. In the first case ho was acquiton our lanU Must carefully guard their noses, boing largely incroaHod. It ia UBod others not to trespasswill be prosecuted w.thou, Pull mission, as all such Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Disease, the ted, in the second, lined $2o and sentencMADE BY Or else be pricked with litems. est extent of the law. Signed: by Physicians all ovor tho world. aailious Colic, Llalfiria, etc. ed to 10 days iu jail nnd the third was M C. RKVNOLDS. 1. s Pirn r rna And when evil spirits "hover" LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Tntt'9 PIIIn jciuid iiroiinrorei;unr Iiubit of PALATABLE AS MILK. dismissed. Advocate. And whisper: "Suicide I" body and tllirNflon, COMPANY, nttlcb, udoue cstu tiujoy good nldiotit Sold by allmI)ni(tulnts. Do not believe them, Mack, old boy- -It bcstltti. Lexington has over 100 6uloons. is not the first time 'they hate lied. J. t. WKUCE, COTT A. BOWNil, Chamlsts, N.Y. W, P, (1 KY. wliero. 7 I 1 ried at Ianciisttr Wednesday evening at tl o'clock and returned to his father's, near here, to receive the nice stippe r prepared for their many friends. The bottom fell out of the egg trade last Monday ami many who did not have them already engaged heard it to the distance of about 7 cents on the dozen. Frank Holtzelaw will leave soon Jor Mis souri. Hud Cox pold his On Time filly for Sl'-'- to Ja?. Rogers. Mr. Mat Engle- man is fixing to go to his Kansas farm soon. Squire H. F. Knglemau is goitu: around again. O 5 II was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomal h was Tho Very Residence disordered, his lis er wns atfeeted to an alarniiHg decree, apnetite fell and he mas terribly re And I he en house is duced in flesh and strength. hrec bottle ef in Rood letialrand Danville street he yard It contains J rooms Klertrtc Hitters cured him large and beautiful and ultogeihir e Kdwird Shepherd, llam.tturg, til , had a sore on Ills leg ot eight ears standing. Used Tho Pluco 1b 0110 of tho Most Wnaot three bottles of Electric Hitter and seven of lliiiAleti's Annua SiUe and his leg Is sound In Town. and veil John Speakei. Catawba. Ohio, had five lrge feer ore on Ins leg. doclars said be Witt sell or rent on easy terms Onch-tt.Klectric III lers and was im'irable MI;S MAKY h VAKNON. wed x ItucVlen ArnnaSatte inred Him entire- Stanltwd, Ky ly Sold at A K. Pemi) drug store. Specimen Casoa Clifford. New Catselt. Wis. FOR SALE OR RENT. Desirable in is I g rempvej mv I'tr! er hop Is the C oni mctUul ll.rtcl, I am ur' lured to u .i.mimdatc I ilfes as well as IV my line, Children a so waited on (.all with "n lile. J I SSI- IIIOMl'SON, InC'cmincrcl 'I llotrl. 111 - 1 1 run-nin- Do-lltfhtf- STEW SAW MILL. I have finished my new hair Mill on the Somer ! 1 . cash: POWDER Paid For Hides and Fur, OLD UUvlN KY. ROUTE' Absolutely Puro Washington, Re-po- rt - ' aaa- 1 I I s. as s RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- - r Stanford, y, Farmers Bank& Trust -- 11 to-da- I , I S) . , . 11 k- -p v - PENNY, Dentist. 11 i i 1 - I ". 1 I .. t 1 1 11 4 '1 - ! 11 -- . S 4 1 I. 11 1 1 5 1 Vl-- . ll'iLl-iwii- , - ei-- '1 . ivr v. (.' m 1. Ih-I- . ! F. F. ; v i can-stu- hrst-clt- ss sr I THE enoi-mo- us I Rowland, First-clas- s Kentucky. 94-d- m or 1 n FOB, Kentucky Central R.R. Houlh-WoHt. A Spocial Bargain. 33 L. F. GANTER'S 77-- tf wis!,!. Bonxara 34-1- 1 AGIO 8r7"Wtflflff-- f 1 goodrc-nnwin- ' I South-Hound- ,, 1 firM-cia- -, Termt'-One-h- alf - on ..-- -- !". cc , . 1 1 90-- tf ' ' pops . . walk-ove- f !saZissmsT 30-da- y . e l. s 3200,000 111 r I . two-cc- , .J .". - . . . Im-d- or I ' ( 1 """" 1 D r ,.V"' 1 -- nuu-ctari- solic-tc- d. h imjZcXdm: SW ErCsUPy j'-J '- CREAM U A' in WiW 0 J ... fi. 0O1 I 1 1- e, SC0TT?S Til, ' ?''''HhCr;rTO0VK.Vn i)r GOOD BREAD Regulate The Bowels. li. -- -- -- .. CREAM FLOUR Sick Heiiidaclie, Sold Every POSTED. LEXINGTON, RIMES. mimmrK"t